Hello Classic Camp Stoves community, I hope I am in the right place. I am looking to buy either the Edelrid Hexon or the Primus Omnilite Ti. I am looking for a compact, lightweight multifuel stove that can burn a wide range of fuel types, and is reliable. The purpose of the stove would be global travel and adventure (at some point in the future when travel is appropriate). I have narrowed it down to the Omnilite ti or the Edelrid Hexon. I have read a lot of in-depth reviews that speak highly about the omnilite ti. Do any of you know how the Edelrid hexon compares? I have read that many people complain that the pot legs on the hexon have a tendency to warp with high heat, is this true? When it comes to the omnilite, I have read that some people complain that it clogs and requires maintenance often. Is it a more high-maintenance stove than other comparable ones out there? Any other thoughts on the matter are welcome. Thank you!